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The history of Irish periodical literature, from the end of the 17th to the middle of the 19th century, its origin, progress, and results; with notices of remarkable persons connected with the press in Ireland during the past two centuries.

Madden, Richard Robert.

Published by T.C. Newby, London, 1867
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First edition of this useful study. Provenance: Front pastedowns with bookplate of Francis Massey O'Brien (bibliophile and bookseller in Portland, Maine); title-page of vol. I with his pencilled inscription. 8vo. 2 vols. I: vii, [1], 82, [2], 338 pp. II: [2], 531, [1] pp. NSTC 2M8667. Contemporary half green sheep and marbled paper?covered sides, spines with gilt-stamped leather title and volume labels and gilt-decorated bands; bindings scuffed, spines sunned, joints and extremities rubbed, front joint of vol. II starting from head, volume label of vol. I separated and laid in. Bookplates and inscription as above, front pastedowns showing signs of now-absent bookplate. Vol. I with a few upper outer corners bumped. Pages clean. Bookseller Inventory # 30072

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Title: The history of Irish periodical literature, ...

Publisher: T.C. Newby, London

Publication Date: 1867

Edition: 1st Edition

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